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Hailsham, Viscount (UK, 1929)

 

Creation: let. pat. 4 Jul 1929

 

Family name: Hogg

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Arms:

Argent three Boars' Heads erased Azure langued Gules between two Flaunches of the second each charged with a Crescent of the field

Crest:

Out of an Eastern Crown Argent an Oak Tree fructed proper and pendent therefrom an Escutcheon Azure charged with a Dexter Arm embowed in Armour the hand grasping an Arrow in bend sinister point downwards also proper

Supporters:

On either side a Ram Argent armed and unguled Or the dexter supporting a representation of the Lord High Chancellor's Mace and the sinister a representation of the Lord High Chancellor's Purse proper

Motto:

Dat Gloria Vires

 

Note:

On disclaiming the Viscountcy and being created a Life Peer, Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone had the following supporters granted to himself: On either side a Ram Argent armed and unguled Or gorged with a Baron's Coronet the dexter supporting a representation of the Lord High Chancellor's Mace and the sinister a representation of the Lord High Chancellor's Purse with the Initials of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II proper

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Douglas McGarel [Hogg], 1st Baron Hailsham later 1st Viscount Hailsham, PC KC JP

1st son of Quintin Hogg (by his wife Alice Anna Graham, 1st dau. of William Graham JP DL, of Burnsfields, co. Renfrew), 7th son of Rt Hon Sir James Weir Hogg, 1st Bt. MP

born

28 Feb 1872

mar. (1)

14 Aug 1905 Elizabeth Marjoribanks (widow of Hon Archibald John Marjoribanks;  d. 10 May 1925), dau. of Judge James Trimble Brown, of Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Governor of Tennessee, US Ambassador to St Petersburg 1853

children by first wife

1. Hon Quintin McGarel Hogg, later 2nd Viscount Hailsham later Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone

2. Hon (William) Neil McGarel Hogg, member of the Diplomatic Service (b. 1910; d. 13 Feb 1995)

mar. (2)

3 Jan 1929 Mildred Margaret Lawrence (widow of Hon Alfred Clive Lawrence CBE, 1st son and heir ap. of Alfred Tristram [Lawrence], 1st Baron Trevethin; d. 9 Oct 1964), 2nd dau. of Rev Edward Parker Dew, Rector and Patron of Breamore, co. Hampshire

died

16 Aug 1950

created

4 Apr 1928 Baron Hailsham, of Hailsham in the County of Sussex

4 Jul 1929 Viscount Hailsham

suc. by

son by first wife

note

served in the Boer War 19200-01; barrister, Lincoln's Inn 1902; King's Counsel 1917; bencher, Lincoln's Inn 1920; Attorney-General to HRH the Prince of Wales and Member of the Duchy of Cornwall Council 1920-22; Member of Parliament (Conservative) for St Marylebone 1922-28;  knighted 1922; Privy Councillor 1922; Attorney-General Oct 1922-Jan 1924 and Nov 1924-28;  Recorder, Kingston-upon-Thames 1924-28; Acting Prime Minister 1928; Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain 1928-29 and 1935-38;  Secretary of State for War, President of the Army Council and Leader of the House of Lords 1931-35;  Lord President of the Council 1938

 

Quintin McGarel [Hogg], 2nd Viscount Hailsham later Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone, KG CH PC QC

born

9 Oct 1907

mar. (1)

12 Nov 1932 (div. 1943) Natalie Antoinette Sullivan (d. 1987), 2nd dau. of Alan Sullivan, of Sheerland House, Pluckley, co. Kent, and formerly of Toronto, Canada

mar. (2)

18 Apr 1944 Mary Evelyn Martin (d. 10 Mar 1978), only child of Richard Martin, of Wynnstay Gardens, Kensington, London, and Ross, co. Galway

children by second wife

1. Hon Douglas Martin Hogg, later 3rd Viscount Hailsham

2. Capt Hon James Richard Martin Hogg (b. 1951), mar. 1987 D Clare Raffael, 2nd dau. of Maurice Raffael, of Wimbledon, London SW19

1. Hon Dame Mary Claire Hogg DBE QC, High Court Judge since 1995 (b. 15 Jan 1947). mar. 1987 Eric Koops LVO, 1st son of Leendart Koops, of Hellingley, co. Sussex, and has issue

2. Hon Frances Evelyn Hogg JP, High Sheriff of Hampshire 2003-04 (b. 11 Nov 1949), mar. 19 Oct 1970 her second cousin Richard Quintin Hoare, of Tangier House, Wootton St Lawrence, co. Hampshire (b. 30 Jan 1943), 3rd son of Lt Col Quintin Vincent Hoare OBE, of Monks, Oakwood Hill, Ockley, co. Surrey (by his first wife Lucy Florence Selwyn, only dau. of Very Rev Edward Gordon Selwyn, Dean of Winchester), 1st son of Maj Vincent Robertson Hoare, of Highfields, Ware, co. Hertford (by his wife Elsie Florence Hogg, 1st dau. of Quintin Hogg, by his wife Alice Anna Graham, 1st dau. of William Graham JP DL, of Burnsfields, co. Renfrew), 3rd son of Rev Walter Marsham Hoare, Rector of Colkirk, co. Norfolk, 1868-1912 (by his wife Jessie Mary Robertson, dau. of Richard Ignatius Robertson), 2nd son of Henry Hoare, of Staplehurst Park, co. Kent, by his wife Lady Mary Marsham, 3rd dau. by his first wife of Charles [Marsham], 2nd Earl of Romney, and has issue

3. Hon Katherine Amelie Hogg (b. 18 Oct 1962), mar. 1993 Richard A Collins, son of C A Collins, of Penarth, South Glamorgan

mar. (3)

1986 Deirdre Shannon (d. 22 Dec 1998), 1st dau. of Capt Peter Shannon, by his wife Mrs Margaret Briscoe

died

12 Oct 2001

created

1970 Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone, of Herstmonceux in the County of Sussex (Life Peerage)

suc. by

son by second wife

note

Fellow of All Souls 1931-38 and 1962-2001; barrister, Lincoln's Inn 1932; Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Oxford City 1938-50, and for St Marylebone 1963-70; Joint Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Air 1945; Queen's Counsel 1953; bencher, Lincoln's Inn 1956; First Lord of the Admiralty 1956-57;  Minister of Education 1957;  Deputy Leader of the House of Lords 1957-60;  Lord President of the Council 1957-59 and 1960-64;  Chairman, Conservative Party Organisation 1957-59; Rector of Glasgow University 1959; Lord Privy Seal 1959-60; Minister and Secretary of State for Education and Science 1959-64;  Leader of the House of Lords 1960-63; disclaimed the Viscountcy and Barony of Hailsham for life 20 Nov 1963; Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain 1970-74 and 1979-87;  Companion of Honour 1974; Chancellor, Buckingham University 1983-91; Knight of the Garter 1988

 

Douglas Martin [Hogg], 3rd Viscount Hailsham, PC QC

born

5 Feb 1945

mar.

6 Jun 1968 Hon Sarah Elizabeth Mary Boyd-Carpenter (b. 14 May 1946; cr. 3 Feb 1995 for life Baroness Hogg, of Kettlethorpe in the County of Lincolnshire), 2nd dau. of John Archibald [Boyd-Carpenter], Baron Boyd-Carpenter (Life Peer), by his wife Margaret Mary Hall, dau. of Lt Col George Leslie Hall

children

1. Hon Quentin John Neil Martin Hogg (b. 12 Oct 1973), mar. Elizabeth Heneage, and has issue:

1a. Eleanor Hogg (b. 2010)

1. Hon Charlotte Mary Hogg (b. 26 Aug 1970)

created

12 Oct 2015 Baron Hailsham of Kettlethorpe, of Kettlethorpe in the County of Lincolnshire (Life Peerage)

note

barrister, Lincoln's Inn 1968; Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Grantham 1979-97 and for Sleaford and North Hykeham 1997- ; Assistant Government Whip 1983-84; Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Home Office 1985-89; Minister of State, Home Office 1986-90 and Foreign & Commonwealth Office 1990-95; Queen's Counsel 1990; Privy Councillor 1992; Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food with Cabinet seat 1995-97; bencher, Lincoln's Inn 1999

 

 Last updated 28 Dec 2015

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Titles:

3rd Viscount Hailsham

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 4 Jul 1929)

3rd Baron Hailsham, of Hailsham in the County of Sussex

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 4 Apr 1928)

Baron Hailsham of Kettlethorpe, of Kettlethorpe in the County of Lincolnshire

(United Kingdom Life Peerage, let. pat. 12 Oct 2015)

 

Address:

c/o House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA

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